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AUCTION ABSTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 2 January 1912

Following Is an abstract of approach ing auction sales:—■ By J. S. Leeds and Co. j At the Orange Corporation Yards, on Thursday, January 4th, 50 prime fat cattle, 200 prime crossbreds, 1000 choice six-tooth wethers, 250 Lincoln cross 2-tooths, 200 Lincoln cross weaners, and at the firm's central ba zaar, at 2 o'clock,, ,20 draught and saddle horses. By Bedford, Taylor and Ifestoii, Ltd. Orange Corporation Yards, Thurs day, January 4th, 80 fat cattle, 200 prime fat sheep, 400 forward cross bred hoggets, 50 prime crossbred lambs, 100 extra choice prime tat crossbred ewes, and 25 pure Lincoln rams. By Crossing and Cox. At Mudgee, on January 10th. at 2.30 n.m., "Caerleon," 850 acres freehold, "together with 1000 stud sheep. By (j'lasso)i, Coulson and McLitehlan. Orange Corporation Yards, Thurs day, January 4th, 70 prime fat cattle, 50 mixed store cattle, 200 extra prime station bred wethers, 400 early shorn ewes. • , By Hartoii and Co. At the (/range Corporation Yards, on Thursday, 4th ...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 2 January 1912

The Leading and most up-to-date House in West for Men's and Boys' Wear. „ J a %iil Lli13 u fi niffin ^ j , ■» H1? «it i 1 ;Flia 1 >l it rf ij »« ; S1 « ^ 1 ji:?Q3Dr7rrri a^-^ULti 11 rj ■i*- -• • "*'■»-._ ■*•'•«■ y j* \ r i ■ X ---j. -1 > ^ V FROM HILL TO SHOP Our well-known TAILORED SUITS are built on the Premises by only the Best of Workmen. Prices: 70/, 75/, 80/, 90/, 100/. Try one of our Much-Sought-After 63s. SUITS, Cut and Pitted by our Head Cutter, and built with American Shoulders. We will gladly send you a Fash ion Book, Measure Forms and Patterns for the asking. SUMMER-STREET. ORANGE ®OGS©0©30©OGOO@QOQG©SOQOSO © i | ABE YOU GOING TO J | Molong? | f IF SO YOU WILL FIND THE ; | BEST ACCOMMODATION AT J 1 The T elegraph Hote | | IN BANK-STREET. J Jg The Whole Place has just j g been thoroughly renovated, j a and another storey added to < O the building 1 < 2 The rooms are clean, roomy ■ © and well furnished 1 ( 0 A number of modern looaa ( J boxes ha...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE MONTH'S RAINFALL. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 2 January 1912

THE MONTH'S HAIM-ALL. SYDNEY, Monday. The following is the rainfall for the mouth of December: Goulburn 559 points, Bourke 31S, Cobar 621, Byrock 319, Moree 226, Walgett 289, Quan bone 413, Coouamble 230, Coudobo lin 303, Gilgandra 506, Nyngan -101, Warren 480, Narromine 327, Trangie 379, Trundle 588, Hillston 238, Hay 174, Wagga 184, Guunedah 226, Orange 517, Bathurst 397, Roekley 310, Tam woi'tji 357, Coonabarabran 261, Cool all 3G2, Dubbo 428, Wellington 399, Mo long 443, Forbes 291, Cudal 437, Par kes 606, Myalong 431, Grenfell 453, Young 539, Cootamundra 191, Teniora 178, Gulgong 406, Mudgee 329, Hill End 481, Carcoar 350, Cowra 346, Blay ney 385. ij

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPRING HILL. From our Correspondent. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 2 January 1912

SPRING HILL. From our Correspondent. Rev. W. A, Burns returned from Parramatta on Saturday night leaving I his fattier still very ill. We greatlv rogret to report that Rev. W. A. Burns' brother SI,r. Algar Burns— formerly a public school teacher at Springhill, Lucknow, and Orange, is also very ill at his father's residence, Parramatta, suffering from ptomaine poison and overwork; and it will be some time before he is able to resume duty. The old year passed \a>way very quietly at our little town. At the Methodist Church on Sunday earnest and seasonable discourses were deliver ed in the afternoon, by Mr. G. Chap pell, and at night by Mr. Wm. Giles. llov. It. H. D. Kelly also conducted a well-attended service at the Anglican Church in the afternoon.

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BAPTIST SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 2 January 1912

BAPTIST SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC I Yesterday the annual picnic in con nection with the Orange Baptist Sun day School was held at Uloomfield, and proved a success, beautiful weather favoring the outing. The children, with their teachers and other adult friends journeyed to the rendezvous by the morning passenger train. Mr. A. Olsen, superintendent of the schoolj the Bev. H. Halmarick, and a band of willing workers "aid all that was possible to ensure the enjoyment of ishs children and visiting friends. Luncheon and tea were provided for the moderate sum of 1/. A programnlo of sports was run off for the special enjoyment of the children, and somo events were also put on for the adults. The pic nickers returned home by the evening passenger train having spent an enjoy ! able outing.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 2 January 1912

CRICKET. Holdsworth, McPIierson, and Co. played a team representing Orange on Saturday on Wade Park. The home team won the toss and batted first. Orange compiled 54 runs. The follow ing are the scores:— O.C.W.U., 1st Innings. W. Whitford, b Thorburn 6 E. Hawke, b Brown 2 A. Baker, b Thorburn 1 E. Bonnor, b Brown 9 H. Bowden, c Taylor, b Thorburn 1 J. Loughnane, b Brown 11 S. Bryant, run ouii 0 H. Wright, b Thorburn 4 A. Hawke, not out 11 0. Overy, c Hartigan, b Thorburn 4 E. West, li.o.w.j b Brown ...... 1 Total 34. | Holdsworth, McPherson, 1st Innings. I A. Price b A. Hawko 9 G. Burn's, h.o.w., b Bryant 23 W. Taylor, b Whitford .. .. .. 18 G. Brown, not out 29 S. Thorburn, c Wright, b Hawke 7 10. Hardinmn, c Louglinauo, b Whit ford .. ! 0 D, O'Neil, b Whitford' 10 W. Ross, b A. Hawko 3 H. Martm, b Whitford 1 T. Smith, run out 1 S. Quirk, b A. Hawko 'J Total 109 In the second innings Orange made 1-11 for the loss of eight wickets when the innings was doc.lared closed, Loughnane cont...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GONE TO NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 2 January 1912

GONE TO NEW ZEALAND. I W e notice that Mr. Georgo Sweeting or "Woodside," litis decided to spend his Xmas holidays in the land of the Moii. whither ho sailed lust week. A fortnight's touring of the hot springs is in Ilia itinery. Ho is so impressed 'villi the glowiiig reports of that place Mint lie has decided to see things for "himself. We do. not fancy fthnt Mr. Sweeting will buy the whole of "God's own country," but there is always the probability of him procuring a slice of it for 'future reference.

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COUNTRY FIRE BRIGADES. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 2 January 1912

COUNTRY FIRE BRIGADES. SYDNEY, Monday. Superintendent Webb, head o£ the New South "Wales Fire Brigade, on Saturday suppled some information which, in view of the serious flres in the country towns during the past few years, should be of considerable interest. The subject cropped up during an interview concerning the possibility of the Government's pro posed weatherboard settlement at Kensington being wiped out by an out break of Are such as had been the case in some country districts. "We are making provision against that at Kensington," said the fire superintendent, "while with regard to country fire brigade towns, under the jurisdiction of the board, we are malt ing arrangements for 15 engines for the principal centres. These will be distributed, during the year, so far as can be accomplished. There are 200 towns to consider, so some will have to. wait. We cannot in any one year make provision for everything which we would like. We are doing what we can each year, in improving and...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FILTHY PRACTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 2 January 1912

FILTHY PRACTICES. Some disgustingly filthy brutes in the shape of human beings were guil tw of writing on some of the windows of business people in town on New Year's Eve night. The winting, which is "writ large," with soap, contains some filthy and approprious insults, (liree'ted at the occupiers of the shops and offices. It is a great pity that the miscreants could not bo laid by the lirol.s and submitted to a castigafion witli the cat. We believe the police have tlic matter in hand, and if by any chance, they should locate the perpetrators, there is a pleasure awaiting them that will put to an end their filthy scribbling propensities 011 future New Year's Eves.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DISTRICT NEWS. SPRING TERRACE. From our Correspondent. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 2 January 1912

DISTRICT NEWS. - SPRING TERRACE. From oitr Correspondent. Mr. Dwyer preached an appropriate sermon to a large congregation at! the Methodist Church on Sunday morning, and at 11, p.m. Eor. W. A.'Burns, of opnng Hill, conducted a very impress ive watchiiight service.

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BATHURST IDENTITY GONE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 2 January 1912

BATHUEST IDENTITY GONE. On Saturday morning there passed away at Bathurst, after a short ill ness, Mr. William T. Studden, at the advanced ago of 92 years. Born in Falmouth, Cornwall, in 1819, he, at an early ago, took to tho sea, serving under Captain Lester, the daring skip per who sailed many a fine clipper to tho AVest Indies and Australia. Ar riving in Sydney in 1838, Mr. Studden became infected with the wander lust, and saw much of New South Wales. In 1852 he crossed the Blue Mountains in one of Cobb and Co's. coaches, and reached Bafhurst. Not long after ar riving the , gold discoveries took him to Hill End, with manv others; lint he, however, met with )mt little suc cess. From thence onward till with in a- short tinio of his .death he carricd on the occupation of tailor. Many interesting experiences could he relate of the early days, when Bathurst Mas practically a wilderness. He leaves

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE RACECOURSE TELEPHONE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 2 January 1912

THE RACECOURSE TELE PHONE. Ono alteration at the course, that would prove a decided acquisition to the townspeople, would be the removal of lilie telephone office to a more con venient position—say near the commit tees' stand—as at present situated it is impossible for a person in town ■(■o become connected with the course. This was experienced by one of our staff yesterday, who had tho telephone assistant ringing up the course all the afternoon, but failed to recive any response.

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OFFICIAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 2 January 1912

OFFICIAL CORRESPOND ENCE. " The following official correspon dence has been receive^ by Mr J. C. L Fitzpatrick, M.L.A,.:— From the Local Land .Board Office, Orange, in re application for grant for expenditure in connection with the general cemetery, Lewis Ponds. From the Department of Public _hv struction, notifying calling of fresh tenders for erection of public school and teacher's residence at Bowan Park, to close on January 22' From the Chief Secretary's Depart ment stating that the Premier and Chief Secretary had approved of a special grant of £300 for new build ings and improvements at the JVIolong Cottage Hospital. From the Department of Lands, acknowledging application for grants for parks and recreation reserves in the Orange electorate, and promising that this request would be attended to when the park vote was being dis tributed. From the Department of Public In struction, with further reference to letter dated the 4th December, asking for information respecting contract ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 2 January 1912

TO-NIGHT!! The Following Programme will be Submitted:— HEIt AWAKENING, (Dramatic) COUNT CAL YEW'S CRIME (drama), FLOODS AT AUSTIN l'ERME topical. BAG OF MONKEY NUTS' (comic). WHEN HUBBY WAS NOT WELL, (Comic). TONTOLIN1 AND THE TWO .SPIN STERS (Comic). FOIl LOVE AND GLORY (drama). A WOMAN'S WAY (Dramatic). DT{. CHARLIE AS SURGEON (Comic) Seats Booked at. Satchell's.

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THE NANDILLYAN STUD. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 2 January 1912

THE NANDILLYAN STUD. No fewer than 23 foals have been bred at Major Claude Smith's Nandill yan stud Miis season, as against 20 last year. The number include 10 by the imported Murillo, six by Lancaster and one by Canonbar. Tlie youngsters are a healthy and promising lot and their deeds on the turf should assist in further spreading the renown of tlio squire of Nandiliyan as a breeder. The following are the foalings by Murillo:—Doy, black col's; The Gem brown filly; Metal filly, bay colt; Py ree, bay colt; Project, chestunt colt; Pigeon, brown filly; Lanolino, brown filly; Nowrn Maid, bay filly; Prido, chestnut filly; Kosetta, bay colt; Noblo Link, chestnut filly; Mazarine, bay colt; Urone, chestnut; filly; Sha.n'v Bell, chestnut colt; Mermaid, bay illly ; Nandiliyan llose, brown filly. The foaling by Lancaster are:— Sucre, cliestuut filly; Rock Lily, brown colt; Tart filly, bay colt; Cydmus, brown filly; Water Nymph, brown colt ;* Admiral filly, brown filly. Oonabav sired a black co...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"THE MIDNIGHT WEDDING." [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 2 January 1912

"THE MIDNIGHT WEDDING." This military drama drew a crowded house on Saturday nighti to His Ma jesty's Moving Theatre, Tlie portrayal of Princess Astrea by Miss Mad go Hope was the acme of powerful acting, and such a decidcd favorite with tho Or ange public is this highly talented lady that on her appearance alio was greeted with a salvos of applause from tho largo uudieneo and tho ac tress had to wait until the applause died down before she could proceed. Tho elegant costumo worn by Miss Hope in tho last act was freely com mented on on all sides. Mr. Wilt ton Powers, "Paul Valmar," was a work of high art in melodrama, and tho character of tho doshiiig lieutenant of tho lied Hussars was as if it had been specially cast for him. Tho high standard of acting, which_ obtains in Phillip Lyiiton's dramatic company was never better demonstrated than in this powerful play. Wo would not bo doing our duty if wo let this short notico pass' without paying a fitting tributo to Mr. II. Hodgson, wh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 2 January 1912

B*" ' f i i@ss NEW YEAR SPECIALS. entrants, GM>d per lb. Sultanas, 7^d per lb. Lemon Feel, 7d per H>. Dates, 4d per lb. Arnott's Xtuas Cukes, 2/6 each, 111). Calces, 3 fr 1/9. Preserves (Poaches, Apricots ami Tears) 10/6 per dozen. Bacon, by the side, 8d per lb. Hams, from 1/ per lb, .Jell}- Crystals (large) o'/?d each or 3/3 per dozen. GLASSWARF SPECIALS— Orna mental Jugs Basins, Dishes, etc., usually ch*rsed 2/ to 2/6 each, any article i • Get in early for these. Srch Hi'gains cannot be offered again. rClie, are a special purchase. Xmas G.'if-5 American Glassware and electroplate Goods, worth everyone's attention. VA :. J. WALLACE, he Anson-street Stores, IE YOU WILL GET MOST FOR YOUR MONEY. 5. w: QUINTON SURGSON DENTIST. : Ci-vvFER-ST., WAVBRLBY. <*r,U I', tnra i1 '(Mings and Bridge Work A Speciality. J . 0::;tr*-:v<'d Painlessly, by Latest Auorlcan Methods. On&ftiatee? -ti tlficial Teeth on Gold or Vulciurco. ' orfect Fit Guaranteed I'eraontM ...

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A NEW FODDER FROM LONG SWAMP. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 2 January 1912

\ new fodder from long swamp. Wo have been shown this week a variety of grass grown by Mr. James Walsh, of Long Swamp. The specimen which we hold is about 4 feet high, and is of the millet species, and has been in the ground only eight weeks. It carries a splendid head of seed and the flag could be compared to the cross between oats and surghum. We understand from Mr. Walsh thai! it is a free-grower, and that stock eat it ravenously, and it is particularly adapt-ed to the dry and arid parts of our State. The roots of which the plant is well supplied, go down into the ground to a depth of 18 inches. Hence its adaptability to the dry and rainless parts. It is a better fod der than paspalum, inasmuch as for the ■ successful culture of that grass, in our paddocks tliero must bo a max imum amount of moisture. Stock can eat the grass off, and it grows again very quickly, as much, as 18 inches in three weeks. As far ns is known it is a stranger to New South Wales, and its botanical name is...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Daily Leader AND TOOK AND STATION NEWS. TUESDAY, JANUARY 2, 1912. [?] and General.[?] SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 2 January 1912

Hp LUilf Leader AND TOOK 4.1. .. STATION NEWS. I'UfcSDAY; IANUARY 2, 1912. yjf believer's baptism p<y Hoy. H. Haimar {■>',; Baptist Church 011 Mfwlieu odo candidate ~| Jesus Christ by irn yai ch was packed to ■ jj Halmarick delivered Cm respecting the or ism.

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RAVAGES OF THE MAGGOT FLY. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 2 January 1912

JM VAGUS OK THE MAGGOT FLY. I Jit; tarmmg unci grazing community of tiiis and Hie surrounding district hnye been hard put to it to copo with this abominable pest. At almost all of \h.i Farmers and Settler's Associa tions throughout the west and south it has been a matter of discussion, as to whether for the prevention of. this pest, as well as for the lice evil, dip ping the flocks should ho made compul sory. Some of the associations have carried- resolutions to Hxi3 effect, .while othrrr. have voted to the contrary. But. (here seems iio be a remedy at hand, according to a paper that' was read r.t the last meeting of the Trangie I Association, which suggested the im "Strapelia," which has a smell like putrid meat. It is stated that the blow flies settled on this and that the maggots dropped dead off the ilowers. Trangie farmers intend giving the plant a trial and tho results will ba eagerly watched by all sections of our rural "population.

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